Tucked away on the north end of Lincoln City, you’ll find the peaceful, picturesque neighborhood of Roads End. Framed to the north by Cascade Head, Roads End offers miles of pristine beaches and million-dollar views of the coastline. The neighborhood’s semi-secluded location offers the benefit of being close to all that Lincoln City has to offer without the hustle and bustle of activity found right in town.
Roads End saw its first summer vacationers in the early 1900s. Since that time, families have returned to the area year after year. The amazing natural beauty, family-friendly atmosphere, and proximity to the shopping, dining and entertainment found in Lincoln City make it the ideal destination for making unforgettable memories with friends and family.
In the heart of Roads End, you’ll find Roads End State Park. Convenient parking and easy access to miles of sandy beaches make this a popular site for beach combing, picnicking and other beach fun. To the north you’ll find Cascade Head – the tip of an ancient basalt lava flow that erupted near what is now Idaho over 15 million years ago. Cascade Head and the surrounding national forest is a National Scenic Research Area and United Nations Biosphere Reserve. Miles of great hiking trails with various degrees of difficulty lead to panoramic vistas of the coastline and wind you through meadows that are home to rare species of wildflowers and the Oregon Silverspot Butterfly. Keep your eyes open for wildlife as elk, deer, sea lions and many bird species live in the area.
Roads End offers the best of both worlds for vacationers—the natural beauty and peaceful setting often found only in very secluded destinations along with the convenience of great shopping, delicious dining options and entertainment in nearby Lincoln City.